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    • Avner
    • 04.01.10 | 22:09 (IST)

    You may argue until kingdom come that we can't negotiate with people with blood on their hands. And thats bullcrap. I have blood on my hands. So do some 10 percent of all Israelis. There is NO WAY IN HELL that the palis will end up with a pacifist leader. It will not happen in a million years. And we? Would we vote for a pacifist? Don't make me laugh. Most of our PM:s were killers before they became politicians. IF you want to make peace, you have to make it with the ENEMY. Now - who is the enemy? If in doubt, ask your self who you hate, can't stand, want to see burnt alive, who you loathe and despise and fear - that is your enemy. Not Abu Masen but Hamas. And, in the best case scenario, the very best, it might be Barghouti.

    from the article: Free Barghouti Now
    First published 15:08 04.01.10 | Last updated 18:02 04.01.10
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